The Rochester Opera House will welcome Bitter Pill, with special guest Fling, to the main stage on Friday, June 24th, at 8pm.
Self-described as ‘rhythm and bluegrass’, Bitter Pill is a tight-knit family, (literally father and daughter) who play a dark and anachronistic twist of folk, blues, jazz, rockabilly, and country – mixed with original spoken word as well as reading from literary classics.
Seacoast Online says “this ain’t a slice of the floppy hat, fancy boots, folk boom throwback found at vacant pop-folk festivals ‘round the world. This is the real deal, punch you in the gut and keep you coming back looking for more goods.”
The Rochester Opera House is a nonprofit organization, located above City Hall, at 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH. Free parking is available at City Hall, on Wakefield Street, and around downtown Rochester. For tickets, visit www.rochesteroperahouse.com or call (603) 335-1992.